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Chile eyes new devices to monitor volcanoes

Scientists turn to technology to predict eruptions, as study says Chile is most prone to natural disaster in Americas.

    Scientists in Chile hope new monitoring devices will help them better predict volcanic eruptions.

    A new study indicates that the country is the most prone to earthquakes, tsunamis, flooding, mudslides and droughts in the Americas.

    With several active volcanoes due to erupt at any time, modern monitoring devices can make all the difference,

    Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Pucon in Chile.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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